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Bringing an IT business continuity plan to every business

There are strong commercial advantages in having a business continuity process in place, including boosting your brand perception, marketability and adherence to regulatory requirements.

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The more your business relies on its IT systems, the more you need to consider how unexpected disruptions might affect your business processes.

A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is the least expensive insurance any company can have (especially for small companies, as it costs virtually nothing to produce). Unfortunately, many companies have never taken the time to develop such a plan.

MSP Technologies is well positioned to help your business establish an end-to-end business continuity process.

Business Continuity Plans are sometimes referred to as Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP) and the two have much in common. However a DRP should be oriented towards recovering after a disaster whereas a BCP shows how to continue doing business until recovery is accomplished. Both are very important and are often combined into a single document for convenience.

 

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